The Black Spot Program is a road safety program run by the Australian Government to fix dangerous roads by treating road locations where many motor vehicle accidents have occurred.
|2022||Corner of Queen and Wilson Street, Colac - install wombat crossings and improve delineation with upgraded line marking, raised pavement markers, warning signs and street lighting||$345,712|
|2021||Murray Street and Gellibrand Street, Colac - install electronic speed signage for daytime 40 km/h limit, fully controlled right turns on most signal approaches, pedestrian early start phases, Give Way to Pedestrian signs, improved signal sighting and a pedestrian refuge||$1,900,000|
|2018||Hart Street from Irrewillipe Road to Miller Street, Colac - install line marking, bicycle lane, raised reflective pavement markers (RRPMs), signage and painted kerb outstands||$13,100|
Funding Source | Black Spot Program (Roads)
Responsible Entity for the Works | Local Government